Joe Mussatto: Aleksej Pokusevski (left knee contusion) is out tonight. Isaiah Roby will start for him. Everyone else is available except Gilgeous-Alexander and Muscala.
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Brandon Rahbar: Poku will not return to the game due to non-Covid illness. pic.twitter.com/ORfZVMusME
Brandon Rahbar: Mark Daigneault says Poku should be good to go and will start if he plays. On Dort: “Lu was pretty sore after the Detroit game.” No update on Dort. A true game time decision.
Joe Mussatto: Aleksej Pokusevski (right arm soreness) has been upgraded to probable for tonight. Lu Dort (right hip strain) is questionable. SGA, Muscala, Hall and Deck (not with team) remain out.
Brandon Rahbar: Lu Dort is good to go vs the Pistons. Poku is still out, but should be back soon. Gonna be hard to lose to the Pistons with Lu 42.
Joe Mussatto: Aleksej Pokusevski (right arm soreness) is listed as out for tomorrow night at the Jazz. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Isaiah Roby, Mike Muscala and Josh Hall remain out.
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May 7, 2021 | 9:32 pm EDT Update
Bobby Karalla: Luka Doncic just scored his 5,000th career point. He’s the fastest active player to reach 5K, doing so in 194 games. He’s also the fourth-youngest player in NBA history (22 years, 68 days), behind only LeBron, KD, and Melo.
Brian Seltzer: Never a doubt. @sixers overcome a 7-point deficit in the final 8 minutes to pull out a 109-107 win. Their magic number is now 3, and they extend their winning streak to a season-best 7 in a row.
May 7, 2021 | 8:53 pm EDT Update
Tom Orsborn: Pop on what it’s been like with Spurs having to use so many different lineups, rotations, etc., this season: “Chaotic, I guess is the best word. But you deal with what is dealt, so that’s just the way it’s been.”
Tom Orsborn: Pop, turning to an oldie but a goodie when asked what stands out for him about the surging Kings when “he’s looked” at them lately: “I haven’t watched them play. It’s not like we are, you know, 45-0 and I have time to worry about somebody else’s team.”
Bill Oram: Frank Vogel said: “I’m unafraid of the play-in tournament with this team, I feel that we can beat anybody.” BUT he says the Lakers still want to finish in the top-6. Too many variables otherwise. Says any silver lining of getting extra games in play-in is “minimal.”